Consultant & Independent Contractor Agreements

Consultant & Independent Contractor Agreements

Book - 1998-
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Get your contract in writing

Whether you're an independent contractor or a business hiring independent contractors to work for you, it's important to get your deal in writing. A written agreement will help to protect your rights, define expectations, and prove that there's no employer-employee relationship.

Here you'll find specific agreements for many types of independent contractors and freelancers, including salespeople, accountants, software consultants, and construction contractors. You'll learn how to:
draft a binding agreement define a project's scope preserve confidentiality avoid disputes and lawsuits protect your intellectual property amend your agreement, and satisfy IRS requirements.
Each chapter has two agreements--one geared towards the independent contractor and one geared towards the business hiring an independent contractor.

The 9th edition--completely updated to provide the latest rules and regulations--includes a new chapter on agreements for gig economy workers.
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : Nolo Press, 1998-
ISBN: 9781413324365
Branch Call Number: 346.7302 CONSULT
Characteristics: v. : forms ; 28 cm.
Additional Contributors: Fishman, Stephen

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Find sample forms for the times when hiring an employee for the work your business needs done just doesn't make sense. Independent contractors or consultants might be the way to go!


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